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Postmodern Presidency of George Herbert Walker Bush
The Presidency enjoys a tradition of success in mastering challenge and change. Momentous developments have been initiated and directed by presidents. Nevertheless, the presidency has also known policy failure, political and personal scandals. The President has almost always been regarded as the most powerful figure in the government and as the leader of the nation.
Just every person has his or her own style about them each president has had a different way of managing the executive office. …
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